Time to Retract?

The super-easy embryonic stem cell breakthrough has hit some snags.

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From the little information

From the little information offered in this post, it would seem pointless to retract the paper. The labs that would be able to reproduce the paper's data are obviously aware of the alleged flaws, and it does not appear that the claims of the authors have been outright refuted. Better to wait for others to more thoroughly assess the data and claims, and then decide whether the paper should be refuted. I just don't see the intentional malfeasance that would trigger retraction, other than Wakayama's lost faith.

intentional malfeasance =

intentional malfeasance = intellectual masturbation for publication fame. Get real.